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Includes technical, tactical and strategic instruction, tips on the physical and mental development of a player, and information on business and facility management, all from some of the nation’s most knowledgeable tennis teaching pros from the worlds premiere tennis teaching organization. TennisResources.com is the only site in the world where you can find thousands upon thousands of educational tennis materials of this quality, all in one central location. It’s easy to use because of its YouTube-like functioning, and it appeals to everyone because of the simplicity of its interface. Nonsubscribers to the site receive only limited access to this extensive collection of educational and instructional tennis resources, so sign up for a subscription today to gain full access to all materials.

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USPTA Professional Mark Bey offers a tip on where you should target your returns. (Mark Bey) | 42690 Views







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In this video interview with Lorenzo Beltrame, he defines the tactical subcomponent of power. He also addresses the fact that power ha... (Lorenzo Beltrame)



This hand-fed drill works on groundstrokes, movement and conditioning. The balls are fed randomly and force the player to move side to... (Rick Macci)



Here are a few tips and drills on how to mix up the pace to make the aggressive baseliner uncomfortable. (Jorge Capestany)



Eliot Teltscher, a USPTA Professional, discusses the use of hitting a slice backhand during a point to change the pace and test an opp... (Eliot Teltscher)



Understanding the geometry of the court plays a big role into recovery, positioning and shot selection. Here is Sophie Woorons-Johnsto... (Sophie Woorons-Johnston)



Cross-training can be a beneficial way for a player to train for tennis and prevent injury. Jack Groppel, Ph.D., discusses other sport... (Jack Groppel, Ph.D.)



Here is Rick Macci explaining the mechanics of the modern forehand. Check out this video as he analyses the groundstroke and breaks i... (Rick Macci)



This video demonstration from Master Professional David Porter compares the swing of the traditional turn-step-hit motion with the mod... (David T. Porter)



There is no question that tennis is a game of movement. Here is Mark Kovacs, Ph.D., talking about the variety of movements on the tenn... (Mark Kovacs)



Former ATP player Andre Agassi’s footwork is emphasized in this clip. He moves with quick small steps to get to the deuce court hittin... (USPTA)




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